Wired Door Chime Nutone LA305WL
The wired Door Chime
Nutone LA305WL Walnut door chime features a beveled edge, raised brushed brass insert with polished brass floral design, and brushed brass resonance chambers, it does not hit the brass tubes but hits a chime plate that resonates inside of the solid brass tubes. This Door Chime
can be used for up to three entrances, eight note, or four note chime for the front door, and a separate one note tone for second and third doors. This Door Chime
can easily replace an existing two note chime without rewiring by using battery for the needed 2 wire. This door chime is a 4 wired chime, 2 from the push button and 2 from the transformer c905(sold separately. When you only have 2 wires then a battery option is available to make up the 2nd set of missing wires.
- Raised Brushed Brass Insert With Polished Brass Floral Design
- Brushed Brass Resonance Chambers
- For Up To Three Entrances, Eight-Note Or Four-Note Chime For Front Door, And Separate One-Note Tone For Second And Third Doors. Can Easily Replace Existing Two-Note Chime Without Rewiring
- 9-15/16" Wide X 16-9/16" High X 4-1/4" Deep
- Uses A 16-Volt Transformer (C905)
- Replaces Nutone C305Rwn And Broan Rc305Rw
Wireless chime systems use radio frequencies (RF) to transmit a
signal from the push button to activate the chime. To prevent
interference with your neighbor’s wireless chime, Heath/Zenith chimes
come with 128 different security codes. This code technology makes sure
your door chime only works when your push button is activated.
Heath/Zenith wireless push button could have a range of 100-150 feet.
Wireless chimes allow you to easily add to, or replace your current
chime, even if it is wired. Several Heath/Zenith push buttons utilize
patented LED lights to illuminate the button giving you the look of a
traditional wired push button. All Heath/Zenith wireless chimes and push
buttons are compatible. RF does not penetrate solid rock or brick
Wired chime systems are mostly commonly installed when
homes are built. These hardwired chimes draw power from your homes
electrical wiring, but power is “stepped” down through a transformer to
create a safe low voltage system. There are two types of wired chimes:
mechanical and electronic. Mechanical hardwired chimes work with tone
bars and a solenoid. The solenoid strikes tone bars, creating a familiar
Ding-Dong sound. Some electronic wired chimes use a speaker and sound
files to create chime sounds. Electronic chimes offer more sounds than
just a traditional Ding-Dong.